Just watch the news they will tell you when the first freeze is.. when my plant got hit with 57 deg it turned my white hairs red.. now look at it...
For my region usually the first frost comes the 20th of October, and I was wondering, how can I tell when the frost is coming exactly? Like is the first frost the first day the temperature goes below freezing? Or is it the first day that the temperature comes close to freezing? Also, if my plants aren't fully developed by then should I go ahead and harvest them before the frost, or wait till they are fully developed even if that means they're exposed to the frost? Thanks so much
u dont have to harvest in the event of a frost, these plants are very hardy and can pull through. u want to watch out for the hard freeze which is 28*F or under. at this temp the plants cells freeze, in turn killing the plant
Good thing about low temps is purple bud.
There are websites that will tell you when the first frost typically occurs in your area. Don't fret if she's not done, however. There are usually a couple of light frosts before a hard frost. As MrMJ points out, a light frost will not kill the plant. In fact, it will make it hasten it's progress
Mine did stay out in frost for a while, just watch your lady or ladies after each cold frost and they shd tell you if it time mon. few frost wont hurt.
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it dont have to get below freezing to frost 38 it frosts it will be ok if its hit 2 or 3 times just a good time to be getting ready to harvest so just watch them they will let you know